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Monday, March 29, 2010

Law Library Rankings

NLJ Cover What Makes a Great Library (National Jurist (March 2010)):

Many thought that the digital age would render brick-and-mortar libraries obsolete. But the modern-day law library has emerged as a vital center for learning and research that's busier than ever. We rank 198 law libraries for resources, services, and space.

25%: volumes

25%: titles

20%: library seats per student

15%: students per librarian

15%: hours open

  1. Iowa
  2. Yale
  3. Indiana
  4. Pennsylvania
  5. LSU
  6. NYU
  7. Texas
  8. Harvard
  9. Northwestern
  10. Cornell
  11. Minnesota
  12. Virginia
  13. Alabama
  14. Georgetown
  15. Michigan
  16. Ohio State
  17. Boston University
  18. Washington & Lee
  19. Duke
  20. Tulane
  21. Colorado
  22. Illinois
  23. Columbia
  24. Chicago
  25. BYU
  26. Georgia
  27. William & Mary
  28. UC-Berkeley
  29. Stanford
  30. Florida State
  31. Texas Southern
  32. St. Louis
  33. UCLA
  34. Tulsa
  35. Tennessee
  36. Lewis & Clark
  37. Wisconsin
  38. Connecticut
  39. UC-Hastings
  40. Washburn
  41. American
  42. Washington U.
  43. Albany
  44. Cincinnati
  45. Notre Dame
  46. Fordham
  47. Rutgers-Newark
  48. Temple
  49. U. Washington
  50. Pittsburgh

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Go (LSU) Tigers!

Posted by: Nox | Mar 29, 2010 10:07:32 AM